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Full text of "Annual farm and home week"

BRING THIS PROGRAM WITH YOU 

Forty -seventh 

Annual 
Farm and 
Home 
Week 
Program 

February 9 to 13 
1948 



College of Agriculture University of Illinois 

And Illinois Formers' Institute 

Urbona - Champaign 



UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS BULLETIN 

Vol.45 December 13, 1947 No. 25 

Published every five days by the University of Illinois. Entered as second-class 
matter at the post office at Urbana, Illinois, under the Act of August 24, 1912. 
Office of Publication, 358 Administration Building, Urbana, Illinois. Acceptance 
for mailing at the special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103, Act of 
October 3, 1917, authorized July 31, 1918. 



PROGRAM INDEX 

Agricultural Economics 1>AGE 

Agricultural Policy 8 

American Agriculture and the Foreign Market 11 

Cold Storage Locker Plants 9, 13 

Dairy Marketing 21, 24 

Farm Land Prices and the 30-Year Prospect 18 

Getting Started in Farming and Homemaking 14 

The Outlook for Agriculture 25 

Agricultural Engineering 

Farm Machinery 9, 12 

Farm Service Buildings 25 

New Developments in Agricultural Engineering 6 

Rural Electrification 15,19 

The Farmhouse 22 

Agronomy 

Farming with Legumes 9, 12 

Other topics 15, 19, 21, 25 

Animal Science 

Cold Storage Locker Plants 9, 13 

Feeds and Feeding 6 

Livestock Selection 8 

Livestock Feeding and Management (Beef Cattle, 

Swine, Sheep, and Poultry) 11, 12 

Maintaining Health and Efficiency of Livestock 14 

Utilizing Pasture and Forage Crops 23 

Other topics 19, 26 

Beekeeping 6, 10, 13, 15, 19, 22, 24 

Dairy Production 8, 11, 19 

Entomology 25 

Evening Programs 7, 13, 20, 24 

Farm and Home Week Committees 32 

Films 6, 9, 15, 20, 22, 24, 25, 26 

Forestry 15 

General Sessions 7, 13, 20, 24 

Homemakers' Programs 5, 8, 10, 14, 18, 21, 23, 25 

Identification of Speakers 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 

Illinois Farmers' Institute Annual Meeting 7 

Information 3 

Program Outline 16, 17 

Rural Life Conference 18, 20 

Rural Pastors' Short Course 7, 10, 13, 22, 26 

Rural Youth 5 

Social Recreation 7, 13, 20, 24 

Soil Conservation 21, 23 

Some Places to Visit 4 

Special Events 27, 28 

Veterinary Medicine 6, 19 



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INFORMATION 






For Those Who Cannot Attend 



Arrangements have been in.uK- to broadcast aa much of 
the Farm and Home Week program as possible over 
station W 1 LL, 580 on your radio dial. Features to 
be broadcast direct are indicated by atl asterisk (*). 



INFORMATION FOR VISITORS 

Registration. — Every visitor is urged to register im- 
mediately upon arrival. There is no registration fee. 
Registration headquarters will be maintained in the 
Auditorium. 

Maps. — Maps of the campus and surrounding vicinity 
are available at the registration desk in the Audi- 
torium. 

Meals. — Meals may be secured at the Coffee House 
and Illini Union Building on the campus. Lunches 
will be served between the hours of 11:30 a.m. and 
1:00 p.m. Lunches will also be served in the Agri- 
cultural Engineering Building. There are also restau- 
rants in the University area. 

Rooms. — Accommodations will be ample for all Farm 
and Home Week visitors. It will not be. necessary to 
make any advance reservations for rooms to be ob- 
tained through the committee on registration. Their 
available list will include the University Residence 
Halls — Busey and Evans Halls for women and Men's 
Halls for men — as well as a list of rooms in private 
homes. You can obtain your rooms at the time of reg- 
istration. The committee will have the room list at the 
University Auditorium. 

Lost and Found. — Articles lost should be reported 
to and those found turned in to registration head- 
quarters in the Auditorium. 

Illness or Accidents. — Illness or accidents should be 
reported promptly to the registration desk in the Audi- 
torium. First Aid service will be rendered by the 
University Health Station, 807 S. Wright St., Cham- 
paign, telephone University Extension 421. 

Publications. — Bulletins, circulars and other printed 
information of the College of Agriculture are on dis- 
play in the Auditorium. Cards are provided on which 
requests may be made for any of the publications 
desired. 

For identification of speakers, see pp. 28-32. 

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SOME PLACES TO VISIT 

Corn and Soybean Show (Room 600 Davenport Hall) 
— Entries will be on display from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 
p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. 

Seed Testing Exhibit — Division of Plant Industry, 
Illinois Department of Agriculture, C. H. Keltner, in 
charge. (Room 600 Davenport Hall) 8:00 a.m. to 
5:00 p.m. daily. 

Agricultural Engineering Building — Display of ma- 
chinery and equipment for the farm and home; post 
treating; 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily. 

Animal Husbandry Farm (South First Street) — 
Livestock and poultry under experimental conditions; 
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily. 

Browsing Room (First Floor, Illini Union Building) 
— Popular and timely books that may be read in restful 
chairs; 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily. 

Dairy Husbandry Farm (South Lincoln Avenue) — 
Herds of all the popular breeds of dairy cattle with 
facilities for their management; 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

daily. 

Horticulture Field Laboratory, Floriculture and Veg- 
etable Greenhouses — Flowers and vegetables in the 
Floriculture and Vegetable Greenhouses, research 
equipment in the Horticulture Field Laboratory; 8:00 
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily. 

Museum (401 Lincoln Hall) — Exhibits of art and 
culture of many nations; 2:00 to 5:00 p.m., February 
10-12. 

(Third and Fourth Floor Natural History) — Exhibits 
of plants, animals, mushrooms, semi-precious stones, 
and Indian relics from Illinois; 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 m. 
and 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. daily. 

Soil Testing Laboratory (Room 218 Davenport Hall) 
— Open for inspection 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 m., and 1:00 
to 5:00 p.m. daily. 

Home Economics Open House — Tuesday and Wed- 
nesday, February 10 and 11. 4:00-5:30 p.m., Bevier 
Hall. ' 

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FARM and HOME WEEK 
PROGRAM 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9 

MORNING 

Registration — Auditorium 

Rural Youth 

112 Gregory Hall 
Clareta Walker, presiding 

*9:00 — Registration, Song Fest, Announcements 

9:30 — American Youth and a United World — 
Oliver Caldwell 

10:15 — Group Discussions on Above Topic 

10:50 — Panel — Tape recorded 

11:20 — Business 

11:30 — Adjourn 



AFTERNOON 

Rural Youth 

112 Gregory Hall 

Clareta Walker, presiding 

1:00 — Song Fest; Election of Continuation Committee 

1 :40 — Some Laws That Help You Look to the Land — 
H. W. Hannah 

2:15 — Question Session on Above Topic 

2 : 45 — Announcements 

3 : 00 — General Session — Auditorium 

Homemakers' Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Grace Armstrong, presiding 

*1:00— Weight Control— How to Get and Keep the 
Weight You Want — Harriet Barto 
Joys and Trials of Young Children — 
Nellie Perkins 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 
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(Monday afternoon — continued) 

Veterinary Medicine 

Auditorium 
E. A. Woelffer, presiding 

1:00 — Movies: No Hand-stripping 

1 : 45 — Remarks — W. C. Logan 

1:50 — Movies: Tuberculosis in Poultry and Swine 

2:15 — Panel Discussion on Diseases of Animals 

(Questions to be submitted by audience) — 
E. A. Woelffer, leader; J. O. Alberts, 
P. D. Beamer, L. E. Boley, C. C. Morrill, 
Jesse Sampson 

3 : 00 — General Session — Auditorium 

New Developments in Agricultural 
Engineering 

201 Agricultural Engineering Building 
E. W. Lehmann, presiding 

1:00 — Farm Machinery 

Rural Electrification and Home Equipment 

2:00 — Soil and Water Conservation 

Farm Homes and Service Buildings 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 

Feeds and Feeding 

103 Mumford Hall 

T. S. Hamilton, presiding 

1:00 — Feed Supplies and Prices — C. W. Crawford 

1:25 — Increasing the Efficiency of Feeds for Swine — 
J. L. Krider 

*2:00 — Economical Rations for Beef Cattle — 
R. R. Snapp 

2:25 — Increasing the Efficiency of Feeds for Poultry 
— H. M. Scott 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 

Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium Building 

1:00 — Bee Behavior and the Yearly Cycle — 
V. G. Milum 

2:00 — Demonstrations of Construction and Use of 
Hive and Extracting Equipment — 
V. G. Milum 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 
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(Monday afternoon — continued) 

Rural Pastors' Short Course 

Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 

1:00- Results of Church Surveys — 

Rev. Lawrence Main, Rev. Man Gilmer, 

REV, ( rEORGE X i i i . 

General Session 

►3:00 Auditorium 

J. C. SPITLER, presiding 

.Music 

Address: Our Future and Europe's Food — 
Allan B. Kline, President, American 
Farm Bureau Federation, Des Moines, 
Iowa 



4:00 — Auditorium — Illinois Farmers' Institute An- 
nual Meeting — J. C. Spitler, presiding 



4:00 — Social Recreation — Lower Gym, Bevier Hall 



EVENING 

8:00 — Farm and Home Week Open House- 
Illini Union 



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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 

MORNING 

Homemakers' Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Fannie Brooks, presiding 

9:00 — The Meaning of Contemporary Art — 
H. A. Schultz 

Young Children Need Protection Now — 
Nellie Perkins 

11:30 — Adjourn 

Agricultural Policy 

112 Gregory Hall 

L. J. Norton, presiding 

*9:00 — Problems in Development of Agricultural 
Policy— H. C. M. Case 

10:00 — The Place of Farm Organizations in the Devel- 
opment of Agricultural Policy — 
F. E. Morris 

Agricultural Policy in Relation to Private En- 
terprise and Competition — E. J. Working 

11:00 — General Discussion 

11:30 — Adjourn 

Livestock Selection 

Stock Pavilion 
H. G. Russell, presiding 

9:00 — Judging Contest for Attending Stockmen and 
Farmers — Fred C. Francis, in charge 

10:00 — Selection of Breeding Animals — 
Demonstrations 
Sheep — Wayne Bretliorst 
Swine — Elmer Hogue 
Poultry — S. F. Ridlen 
Horses — J. L. Edmonds 
Beef Cattle — E. S. Matteson 

11:30 — Adjourn 

Dairy Production 

103 Mumford Hall 

G. W. Salisbury, presiding 

9:00— Sanitary Methods of Milk Production— 
R. V. Hussong 

9:30 — Feed from Soil to Animal — K. A. Kendall 
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(Tuesday morning — continued) 

10:00- Results of Production Testing- -J. G, Cash 
10:30- Thyroprotein [nfluence on Milk Yield— 

K. 1'.. CiAKUNEK 

11:00 Dairy Farm Planning— J. G. Cash 
ll:3& -Adjourn 



Farming with Legumes 

Auditorium 

W. L. Burlison, presiding 

9:00 — Legume Crisis — W. L. Burlison 

9:25 — Legumes Increase Soil Fertility — O. H. Sears 

10:00 — Legumes Supply Organic Matter — F. H. Crane 

♦10:30 — Legumes Improve Drainage and Reduce 
Erosion — R. S. Stauffer 

* 1 1 : 00 — Legumes Air Condition the Soil — 
G. N. Hoffer 

11:30 — Adjourn 

Farm Machinery 

201 Agricultural Engineering Building 
R. I. Shawl, presiding 

9:00— Weed Control 

New Machinery for Spraying — R. E. Ahern 
Sprayed Materials — R. F. Fuelleman 

10:00 — Movie: Flame Cultivation 

Compressed Air for Farm Use — 
F. W. Andrew 

11:00 — Rust Prevention for Farm Machinery — 
R. I. Shawl 

11:30 — Adjourn 

11:45-1:00— Movies 

Cold Storage Locker Plants 

Meats Laboratory, Davenport Hall 

R. C. Ashby, presiding 

9:00 — Slaughter Plants Operation and Waste 
Disposal — Howard Bartlow and 
Carl Bruggeman 

10:00— Locker Plant Public Relations— 
George Schimer 

10:30; — Locker Plant Refrigeration — Roger Sprague 

11:00 — Curing and Smoking Services — George Lovell 

11:30 — Adjourn 

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(Tuesday morning — continued) 



Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium Building 

8:30 — Honeybee Body Structure and How They 
Function — V. G. Milum 

9:30 — The Importance of the Queen and Requeening 
Colonies — C. E. Killion 

10:00 — Movies: Honeybees and Orchard Pollination; 
Installing Package Bees — V. G. Milum, 
leader 

10:30 — Fall, Winter, and Early Spring Management 
of Bees — G. H. Cale 

11:30— Adjourn 



Rural Pastors' Short Course 

Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 

8:30 — Devotions 

9:00— The Health Situation and Goals— 

D. E. LlNDSTROM 

10:00 — Church, School and Community Cooperation. 
The Churches' Contribution — 
Rev. E. W. Mueller 



AFTERNOON 

Homemakers , Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 
J. Lita Bane, presiding 

*1:00 — Findings of Current Research in Home Eco- 
nomics Department 
Nutrition — Janice Smith 
Foods — Frances Van Duyne 
*Housing Research — J. T. Lendrum 
Developments in Rural Housing — D. G. Carter 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 



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(Tuesday iittcinoon — continued ) 



Dairy Production 

103 Mumford Hall 
\\ . \V. Yapp, presiding 

1:00 Artificial Insemination Studies — 
I 1. \\ . Sai [SBURY 

1:30- -The Artificial Insemination Program in Illinois 

— C. S. Rhode 
2:00 Forage Production and Utilization 

Pasture [mprovement — \Y. B. Nevens 
Hay Drying — K. A. Kendall 
Grass and Legume Silage — 
K. E. Harsh BARGER 

3 : 00 — General Session — Auditorium 

American Agriculture and the 
Foreign Market 

112 Gregory Hall 

P. E. Johnston, presiding 

1:00 — Foreign Market Prospects and the Midwest 
Farmer — C. L. Stewart 

2:00 — Postwar Europe and Foreign Trade in Agri- 
cultural Products — Donald F. Christy 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 

Livestock Feeding and Management 

BEEF CATTLE 

316 Mumford Hall 

R. R. Snapp, presiding 

1:00 — Factors Contributing to the Successful Raising 
of Feeder Calves — E. S. Matteson 

2:00 — Raising and Fattening Beef Cattle in Southern 
Illinois — R. J. Webb and F. C. Francis 

3 : 00 — General Session — Auditorium 

SWINE 
127 Mumford Hall 

J. L. Krider, presiding 

1:00 — New Developments in Hog Management — 
G. R. Carlisle 

1:25 — Recent Findings on Weanling Pig Nutrition — 
S. W. Terrill 

2:00— Does the Sow's Ration Affect Pig Mortality?— 
A. L. Neumann 

2:25 — What's New in Swine Breeding? — J. L. Krider 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 



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(Tuesday afternoon — continued) 

SHEEP 

128 Mumford Hall 

W. G. Kammlade, presiding 

1:00 — Lamb- feeding Tests Here and There — 
W. G. Kammlade 

1 :25 — Some Pointers About Ewes and Lambs — 
J. M. Lewis 

2:00 — Special Considerations in Handling 1948 Wool 
— Dale Rouse 

2:30 — Question Period 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 

POULTRY 

313 Mumford Hall 

H. M. Scott, presiding 

1:00 — Poultry Management Problems on Illinois 
Farms — S. F. Ridlen 

2:00 — A Feeding Program for the Farm Flock — 
H. M. Scott 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 



Farming with Legumes 

Auditorium 

O. H. Sears, presiding 
1:00 — Getting Stands of Legumes — C. M. Linsley 

1:25 — Appraising the Harmful and Beneficial Insects 

— J. H. Bigger 
2:00 — Looking into the Disease Hazards — 

B. Koehler 

2:25 — Farming with Legumes — F. C. Bauer 
3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 

Farm Machinery 

201 Agricultural Engineering Building 
H. P. Bateman, presiding 

1:00 — Fertilizer Machinery — R. I. Shawl 

Saving by Improving Tractor Loading — 
J. A. Weber 

2:00 — Reducing Tractor Operating Cost — 
H. P. Bateman 
New Oils and Greases — C. N. Hinkle 
3 : 00 — General Session — Auditorium 



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(Tuesday afternoon — continued) 
Cold Storage Locker Plants 

Meats Laboratory, Davenport Hall 
Si i iiKu Bull, presiding 

1:00 — Meat Cutting Demonstration — 
Walter E. Gamble 

2:00 — Packaging — George O. Sciilageter, John W. 
Jones, N. T. Rogers 

3 : 00 — General Session — Auditorium 



Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium Building 

1:00 — Summer Management of Bees in Extracted 
Honey Production — G. H. Cale 

2:00 — Management for Comb Honey Production — 
C. E. Killion 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 



Rural Pastors' Short Course 

Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 

1 :00 — Forum: The Churches' Contribution to Church, 
School and Community Cooperation — 
D. E. Lindstrom, leader 

General Session 

*3 : 00 — Auditorium 

J. Lita Bane, presiding 

Music 

Address: Europe as I See It — Mrs. Raymond 
Sayre, President of Associated Country 
Women of the World, Ackworth, Iowa 



4:00 — Home Economics Open House, Bevier Hall 



4:00 — Social Recreation — Lower Gym, Bevier Hall 



EVENING 

8 : 00 — Musical Program — Auditorium 
f6:00 — Stockmen's Banquet — Illini Union Ballroom 

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11 



MORNING 

Homemakers , Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Mary Louise Chase, presiding 

*9:00 — Illinois Safe Homes Awards — Gladys Ward 
Nylon and Its Uses — N. J. MacGaffin, Jr. 
Arrangement of Cut Flowers in the Home — 
J. R. Culbert 

11:30 — Adjourn 

Getting Started in Farming 
and Homemaking 

Smith Recital Hall 

J. B. Cunningham, presiding 

9:00 — Capital for Renting and Owning a Farm: 
Amount Needed and How to Get It — 
L. J. Norton 

9:20 — Equipment and Furnishings for a New Farm 
Home — Margaret Goodyear 

9 : 40 — Discussion 

10:00— Making Farming Pay— M. L. Mosher 

10:20 — Panel Discussion: Father-Son Profit Sharing 
as an Aid— P. E. Johnston, leader; featur- 
ing the HOLLY LUDWIG FAMILY, 
T. E. Myers, Mrs. Orla Kemper, and 
O. W. Hertz 

41:00 — Some Ways Elders Can Help Younger People 
Get Homes Established — E. B. Hill 

11:30 — Adjourn 

Maintaining Health and Efficiency 
of Livestock 

128 Mumford Hall 

C. W. Crawford, presiding 

9:00 — Increasing the Fertility of Farm Animals — 
A. V. Nalbandov 

10:00 — Vitamin Requirements and How to Supply 
Them — T. S. Hamilton 

11:00 — Mineral Supplements for Livestock — 
H. H. Mitchell 

11 :30 — Adjourn 

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(Wednesday morning — continued) 

Agronomy and Forestry 

Auditorium 
( i. II. Di ngan, presiding 

*8:00 Agronomy Question Box E. E. De Turk, 
leader 

9:00- -Small ('.rain Varieties, Now and Old— 

O. T. BONNETT 

9:25— Results of Hybrid Corn Tests in 1947— 

J. F. RUNDQUIST 

10:00 — Recent Advances in Corn Breeding — 

R. W. JUGENIIEIMER 

10:25 — Applying Commercial Nitrogen for Corn — 
A. L. Lang 

11:00 — Production Experiences from Illinois Forest 
Plantings — R. W. Lorenz 

11:30— Adjourn 



Rural Electrification 

201 Agricultural Engineering Building 

F. W. Andrew, presiding 

9:00 — Irrigation for Pleasure and Profit — 
Ray Gault 

10:00 — Wiring for the Jobs Ahead — F. W. Andrew 

11:00— Water Works for Farm Profit— 
E. W. Lehmann 

11:30 — Adjourn 

11:45-1:00— Movies 



Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium Building 
8:30 — Beginners' Question Box 

9:00 — Races of Bees and Bee Breeding — 
T. W. Millen 

9:45 — Illinois Honey Plants and Apiary Locations- 
G. H. Cale 

10:30 — The Nature and Care of Illinois Honevs — 
V. G. Milum 

11:30— Adjourn 



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MONDAY 
P.M. 



TUESDAY 
A.M. 



TUESDAY 
P.M. 



PROGRA 



WEDNESD 
A.M. 



Homemakers' 
Program 

Lincoln Hall 
Theatre 

See page 5 

Rural Youth 

112 Gregory Hall 

See page 5 

Veterinary 
Medicine 

Auditorium 

See page 6 

New Develop- 
ments in 
Agricultural 
Engineering 

201 Agricultural 
Engineering 
Building 

See page 6 

Feeds and 
Feeding 

103 Mumford 
Hall 

See page 6 
Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium 
Building 

See page 6 



General Session 

3 p.m., 

Auditorium 

Allan B. Kline 
President of 
American 
Farm Bureau 
Federation 

See page 7 



Illinois Farmers 

Institute 

Annual 

Meeting 
4 p.m., 

Auditorium 



Homemakers' 

Program 
Lincoln Hall 

Theatre 
See page 8 
Agricultural 

Policy 
112 Gregory 

Hall 
See page 8 
Livestock 

Selection 
Stock Pavilion 
See page 8 
Dairy 

Production 

103 Mumford 
Hall 

See page 8 

Farming with 
Legumes 

Auditorium 

See page 9 

Farm 

Machinery 

201 Agricultural 
Engineering 
Building 

See page 9 

Cold Storage 
Locker Plants 

Meats Labora- 
tory, Daven- 
port Hall 

See page 9 

Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium 
Building 

See page 10 



Homemakers' 

Program 
Lincoln Hall 

Theatre 
See page 10 
American Agri- 
culture and 
the Foreign 
Market 
112 Gregory 

Hall 
See page 11 
Livestock Feed- 
ing and 
Management 
Beef Cattle— 
316 Mum- 
ford Hall; 
Swine— 127 
Mumford 
Hall; 
Sheep— 128 
Mumford 
Hall; 
Poultry— 313 
Mumford 
Hall 
See pages 11, 12 
Dairy 

Production 

103 Mumford 
Hall 

See page 11 

Farming with 
Legumes 

Auditorium 

See page 12 

Farm Machinery 

201 Agricultural 
Engineering 
Building 

See page 12 

Cold Storage 
Locker Plants 

Meats Labora- 
tory, Daven- 
port Hall 

See page 13 

Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium 
Building 

See page 13 

General Session 

3 p.m., 

Auditorium 

Mrs. Raymond 
Sayre, Presi- 
dent of Asso- 
ciated Coun- 
try Women of 
the World 

See page 13 



Homemaker; 

Program 
Lincoln Hal 

Theatre 
See page 14 
Getting Star 

in Farmin 

and Home 

making 
Smith Recit; 

Hall 
See page 14 
Rural Life 

Conferenc 
112 Gregory 

Hall 
See page 18 
Maintaining 

Health an< 

Efficiency 

Livestock 
128 Mumfor 

Hall 
See page 14 
Agronomy a: 

Forestry 
Auditorium 
See page 15 « 
Rural Electr! 

fication 
201 Agricultt 

Engineerif 

Building 
See page 15 
Beekeeping 
104 Vivariur 

Building 
See page 15 I 



Rural Pastors' Short Course, Mon., Tues., 1 



OUTLINE 



WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


THURSD \N 


FRIDAY 


I'M 


A M 


P.M. 


A.M. 


Homemakers' 


Homemakers' 


1 1 .ineniakers' 


1 I<>incmakcrs' 


Program 


Program 


Program 


Program 


Lincoln 1 [all 


Lincoln 1 [all 


Lincoln Hall 


Lincoln Hall 


Theatre 


Theatre 


Theatre 


Theatre 


je is 


See page 21 


See page 23 


See page 25 


Farm Land 


Soil Conserva- 


Soil Conserva- 


The Outlook for 


Prices and 


tion 


tion 


Agriculture 


the 30- Year 


Auditorium 


Auditorium 


112 Gregory 


Prospect 


See page 21 


See page 23 


Hall 


100 Gregory 


Dairy 


Dairy 


See page 25 


Hall 
See page 18 


Marketing 


Marketing 


Agronomy and 


100 Gregory 


100 Gregory 


Entomology 


Rural Life 


Hall 


Hall 


Auditorium 


Conference 


See page 21 


See page 24 


See page 25 


112 Gregory 


The Farmhouse 


Utilizing Pas- 


Animal Science 


Hall 


201 Agricultural 


ture and 


and Dairy 


See page 20 


Engineering 


Forage Crops 


Production 


Animal Science, 


Building 


127 Mumford 


127 Mumford 


Dairy Pro- 


See page 22 


Hall 


Hall 


duction, and 


Beekeeping 


See page 23 


See page 26 


Veterinary 
Medicine 

Smith Recital 
Hall 

See page 19 


104 Vivarium 


Beekeeping 


Farm Service 


Building 


104 Vivarium 


Buildings 


See page 22 


Building 


201 Agricultural 


Animal Science 


See page 24 


Engineering 


(With Soil 


Animal Science 


Building 


Agronomy 


Conserva- 


(With Soil 


See page 25 


Auditorium 


tion) 


Conserva- 








See page 19 


Agronomy 


tion) 


General Session 


Rural Electri- 


(With Soil 


Agronomy 


11 a.m., 


fication 


Conserva- 


(With Soil 


Auditorium 


201 Agricultural 


tion) 


Conserva- 


Presentation of 


Engineering 
Building 
See page 19 


Agricultural 
Economics 
(With Soil 


tion) 
Agricultural 
Economics 


the Portrait 
of Dean 
H. P. Rusk, 


Beekeeping 


Conserva- 


(With Soil 


College of 


104 Vivarium 


tion) 


Conserva- 


Agriculture 


Building 
See page 19 


Dairy 

Production 
(With Soil 


tion) 
Dairy 

Production 


Addresses: 
Dean 
H. R. Bowen 




and Dean 
H. P. Rusk, 

University of 
Illinois 
See page 26 


General Session 


Conserva- 


(With Soil 


3 p.m., 

Auditorium 
President 


tion) 

Agricultural 
Engineering 


Conserva- 
tion) 

Agricultural 


George D. 


(With Soil 


Engineering 


Stoddard, 


Conserva- 


(With Soil 




University of 


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College 








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., and Fri., Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 



(Wednesday morning — continued) 

Rural Life Conference 

112 Gregory Hall 

W. L. Burlison, presiding 

9:00 — Soils and Health (Colored pictures for illustra- 
tion) — W. M. Landess 

*10:00 — Panel Discussion: Progress and Problems in 
School Reorganization — M. R. Sumption, 
leader; Paul Blansett, John Cox, N. E. 

HUTSON, D. E. LlNDSTROM, HUGH ROWDEN 

11:00 — Forum: Progress and Problems in Rural 
School Reorganization — D. E. Lindstrom, 
leader 

11:30 — Adjourn 

AFTERNOON 

Homemakers , Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Mrs. Mary Ligon, presiding 

*1: 00— Mental Health— S. H. Kraines, M.D. 

When Is It Desirable to Keep the Farm in the 
Family? — E. B. Hill 

•3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 



Farm Land Prices and the 
30-Year Prospect 

100 Gregory Hall 
W. E. Carroll, presiding 

1:00 — Prospective Yields and Costs in the Light of 
Developing Research — R. R. Hudelson 

1:35 — Land Prices and Shifting Rates of Return on 
Real Estate Investments — C. L. Stewart 

*2:00 — Land Prices and Normal Value Concepts — 

I. W. DUGGAN 

2 : 40 — Discussion 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 



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(Wednesday afternoon — continued) 

Animal Science, Dairy Production, and 
Veterinary Medicine 

Smith Recital Hall 
Robert Graham, presiding 

1:00 — Brucellosis of Farm Animals — B. T. Simms 

Question and Answer Period 

Discussion: C. E. Fidleb and N. II. Howleti 

Up-to-the-nnnute Information on Foot-and- 
Mouth Disease 

3 :00 — General Session — Auditorium 

Agronomy 

Auditorium 
C. M. Woodvvorth, presiding 

1:00 — Plan of Distributing Seed of New Crops — 
J. C. Hackleman 

1 : 2? — Latest Results of Soybean Research — 
J. L. Cartter 

2:00 — Progress with Possible New Crops for Illinois 
— R. O. Weibel 

2:25 — Birdsfoot Trefoil and Ladino Clover in Illi- 
nois R. F. FUELLEMAN 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 



Rural Electrification 

201 Agricultural Engineering Building 
F. W. Andrew, presiding 

1:00 — Automatic Electrical Controls — 
H. N. Hayward 

2:00— The Right Motor for the Right Job— 
A. L. Young 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 

Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium Building 

1:00 — Preparing Comb Honey for Market — 
C. E. Killion 

2:00— Honey Marketing— G. H. Cale 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 

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(Wednesday afternoon — continued) 

Rural Life Conference 

112 Gregory Hall 

1:00 — Movie of the Freedom Train 
Roy Yung, presiding 

1:20 — Labor- Agriculture-Industry Relations and the 
Rural Community — Phillips Bradley 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 

General Session 

*3: 00— Auditorium 

H. P. Rusk, presiding 

Music 

Address: George D. Stoddard, President, Uni- 
versity of Illinois 



4:00 — Social Recreation — Lower Gym, Bevier Hall 



4:00 — Home Economics Open House, Bevier Hall 



4:00 — Films: Harnessing the Rainbow; Children of 
Holland ; Freezing Fruits and Vegetables — 
Lincoln Hall Theatre 



EVENING 

+5:30 — Rural Life Conference Dinner — Latzer Hall, 
University Y.M.C.A. 

Ray A. Dillinger, presiding 

Family Adjustments, Family Responsibilities, 
and Character Education — 
Mrs. Richard L. Jenkins 

8:00— Winter Festival— George Huff Gym 



t Charge is made for admission. 



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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12 



MORNING 

8:00 — Agronomy Question Box — O. T. Bonnkt, 
leader- Auditorium 



Homemakers' Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 
Gertrude Kaiser, presiding 

*Q : (X) — Home Pasteurization of Milk — E. R. Herreid 
Associated Country Women of the World — 
Triennial Meeting: 
The Program and What It Means to You — 

Mrs. Leonard Killey 
Personalities and Human Interest Stories — 
Mrs. R. E. Milligan 

11:30— Adjourn 

Soil Conservation 

Auditorium 
Arnold P. Benson, presiding 

Pastures — (combined meeting) 

9:00 — Grasses and Legumes for Pastures — 

R. F. FUELLEMAN 

Pastures Save Soil and Water — 
C. A. Van Doren 

Pasture Utilization — W. B. Nevens 

10:00 — The Feed-Replacement Value of Pastures — 
G. Bohstedt 

* 1 1 : 00 — The Economics of Permanent Pasture — 

M. L. Mosher 

* 1 1 : 15 — Introduction of 4-H Soil Conservation State 

and National Winners — Kenneth Ralston 

*Youth Looks at Soil Conservation — 

William McDonald, 1947 State and 
National 4-H Winner in Soil Conservation 

11:30 — Adjourn 

Dairy Marketing 

100 Gregory Hall 

G. W. Salisbury, presiding 

9:00 — How We Consolidated Milk and Cream Pro- 
ducers in the Bloomington Area — 
Forrest Fairchild 

9:20 — Handling Milk and Cream in the Carbondale 
Area — Harold Brackett 



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(Thursday morning — continued) 

9:40 — Informing Dairy Producers Through News- 
paper Charts — Hadley Read 

10:00 — Fourteen- Years' Progress Under a Federal 
Milk Order — Fred L. Shipley 

10:20 — Enforcing "Rules of the Game" by Careful 
Auditing — A. W. Colebank 

.10:40 — Looking Ahead for Illinois Milk Producers — 
Judson P. Mason 

11:00 — General Discussion 

11:30— Adjourn 

The Farmhouse 

201 Agricultural Engineering Building 

K. H. Hinchcliff, presiding 

9:00 — Your House Can Have a New Look — 
K. H. Hinchcliff 
Guides to Home Planning and Remodeling — 
D. G. Carter 

**10:00 — Panel Discussion: Outlook for Building Ma- 
terials and Equipment for Housing Im- 
provement 

11:30— Adjourn 

11:45-1:00— Movies 

Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium Building 
8:30 — Beginners' Question Box 

9:00 — Comb Pests and Adult Bee Diseases — 
V. G. Milum 

10:00 — Brood Diseases and Apiary Inspection — 
C. E. Killion 

10:45 — Disease Resistant Bees and Sulpha Drugs — 
G. H. Cale 

11:30— Adjourn 



Rural Pastors' Short Course 

Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 

8:30 — Devotions 

9:00 — Health Laws and Experiences with Them in 
Counties — Dr. Richard Boyd 

10:00 — Report on County School Survey Committee 
Recommendations — Luther Black 

** Broadcast begins at 10:15. 



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(Thursday afternoon — continued) 
AFTERNOON 

Homemakers' Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 
Edna ( rRAY, presiding 
*1:00- Care of Cut Flowers in the Home — 

J. R. CULBERT 

Wise Selection Is Your Protection — 
Mrs. Louise Huston 

3 : 00 — General Session — Auditorium 



Soil Conservation 

Auditorium 
H. P. Rusk, presiding 

1:00 — Panel Discussion: Conservation Farm Plan- 
ning and Use of New Planning Book — 
Leslie Wright, leader 

Extension specialists from: 
Agricultural Economics — J. E. Wills; 
Agronomy (Soils) — C. M. Linsley; Dairy 
— J. G. Cash; Forestry — L. B. Culver; 
Agricultural Engineering — R. C. Hay; and 
two conservation district directors: Joel 
Hopkins and Kenneth Benjamin 

2:30 — Providing for Soil Conservation in Farm 
Leases — J. B. Cunningham 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 



Utilizing Pasture and Forage Crops 

(Animal Science Section) 

127 Mumford Hall 
J. L. Edmonds, presiding 

1:00 — Establishing and Utilizing Pastures at the 
Dixon Springs Experiment Station — 
R. J. Webb 

2:00 — Making and Feeding Hay and Grass Silage — 
G. Bohstedt 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 



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(Thursday afternoon — continued) 

Dairy Marketing 

100 Gregory Hall 

Dave Henry, presiding 

1 :00 — Specific Ways the Colleges Can Help the Dairy 
Industry in Making Plans for the Future — 
R. J. Ramsey 

1:30 — The Single Service Container: Problems of 
Distribution — Donald Dean 

2:00 — The Single Service Container: Problems of 
Processing and Distribution — 
D. H. Kellogg 

2:30— What About Milk Prices in 1948?— 
R. W. Bartlett 

3 : 00 — General Session — Auditorium 



Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium Building 

1:00 — Beekeeping Associations: Their Functions and 
Problems — Officers of the Illinois State 
Beekeepers Association — A. E. Meineke, 
Hoyt Taylor, Wesley Osborne 

3:00 — General Session — Auditorium 



General Session 

*3 : 00 — Auditorium 

R. R. Hudelson, presiding 

Address: The Ideals of Rural America (Illus- 
trated) — J. P. Klassen, Professor of Art, 
Blufrton College, Blufrton, Ohio 



4:00 — Social Recreation — Lower Gym, Bevier Hall 



4:00 — Films: Alaska Tour; Dawn of a Better Liv- 
ing; Holland Blooms Again — Lincoln Hall 
Theatre 



EVENING 

f-8:00 — Music and Drama Festival — Auditorium 

One-Act Plays, Quartettes, Trios, and Instru- 
mental Ensembles 



t Charge is made for admission. 



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13 



MORNING 

Homemakers' Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 
Lulu S. Black, presiding 

9:00— Small Fruits for the Home (Illustrated) — 
A. S. Colby 

Bacteriology and Health in the I Tome — 
G. I. Wallace 

11 :00 — General Session — Auditorium 

The Outlook for Agriculture 

112 Gregory Hall 
R. C. Ross, presiding 

9:00 — Monetary Conditions and Price Readjustments 
After Wars— R. M. Nolen 

*10:00 — How Long Can We Expect Present Price 
Levels to Continue? — L. J. Norton 

11:00 — General Session — Auditorium 



Farm Service Buildings 

201 Agricultural Engineering Building 

D. G. Carter, presiding 

9:00 — Crop Conditioning 

Drying Corn, Small Grain, and Hay on the 
Farm — L. E. Holm an, J. H. Ramser, and 
Thayer Cleaver 

9:30 — Building and Equipment for Clean Milk Pro- 
duction — D. G. Carter 

10:00 — Easier Chores Through Better Planning — 

Keith Hinchcliff and Thayer Cleaver 

1 1 : 00 — General Session — Auditorium 

Agronomy and Entomology 

Auditorium 

W. L. Burlison, presiding 

8:00 — Agronomy Question Box — E. D. Walker, 
leader 

Movie: European Corn Borer and Its Control 
in Illinois — H. B. Petty 

9:00 — Results of Research on Diseases of Small Grain 
— W. M. Bever 

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(Friday morning — continued) 



9:25— Insect Outlook for 1948— G. C. Decker 
10:00 — Eradicating Weeds with Chemical Tools — 

R. F. FUELLEMAN 

10:25 — Sound Movie in Color on Weed Eradication- 
J. C. Hackleman 

1 1 : 00 — General Session — Auditorium 



Animal Science and Dairy Production 

127 Mumford Hall 
Fred C. Francis, presiding 

9:00 — Reducing Time and Labor in Feeding Beef and 
Dairy Cattle (Illustrated) — 
K. H. Hinchcliff and Thayer Cleaver 

10:00 — Movie: Ridding the Farm of Flies — 
H. B. Petty 

1 1 : 00 — General Session — Auditorium 

Rural Pastors' Short Course 

Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 

8:30 — Devotions 

9:00 — Organization of Health Departments in Coun- 
ties — Eugene Wittenborn 

10:00 — Closer Cooperation Between Rural Agencies 
and Organizations — Charles B. Shuman 

10:30 — The Working of Community Councils — 
A. T. Anderson 

General Session 

41:00— Auditorium 

Sleeter Bull, presiding 

Address: The Outlook for Industrial Activity 
and Its Relation to Agriculture — Howard 
R. Bowen, Dean, College of Commerce 

Address: The American Farmer and His Land 
Grant College — Henry P. Rusk, Dean, 
College of Agriculture 

Introduction of the Artist, Charles E. Bradbury 

Presentation of the Portrait of Dean Henry P. 
Rusk 

Acceptance of the Portrait — 

George D. Stoddard, President, University 
of Illinois 



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SPECIAL EVENTS 

Eighteenth Annual Rural Pastors' Short Course 

February ( > L3, 1948 

Utzer Hall. University YM.C \ 

rRural Youth Banquet 

Met, day. February 9, L948 
5:45 p.m., University Place Christian Church, 
Wright Street, Champaign, Illinois 

Illinois Farmers' Institute Annual Meeting 
Monday, February ( >, 1948 
4 p.m., University Auditorium 

Farm and Home Week Open House 

Monday, February 9, 1948 

8 p.m., Illini Union 

Illinois Home Bureau Federation: 

Executive Board and Advisory Council 
Monday, February 9, 1948 
10 a.m., 314 Illini Union N. 

Annual Meeting 

Tuesday, February 10, 1948 

9 a.m., Smith Recital Hall 

Organization Discussion for County and Unit 

Home Bureau Officers 
Wednesday, February 11, 1948 
7:30 p.m., 112 Gregory Hall 

County Chorus Directors and Leaders 

Tuesday, February 10, 1948 

1-1:50 p.m., Faculty Lounge, Illini Union 

-rStockmen's Banquet 

Tuesday, February 10, 1948 
6 p.m., Illini Union Ballroom 

Speaker: Charles E. Snyder, Editor, Chi- 
cago Daily Drovers Journal 

Musical Program 

Tuesday, February 10, 1948 
8 p.m., Auditorium 

Home Economics Open House 

Tuesday and Wednesday, February 10 and 11, 

1948 
4-5:30 p.m., Bevier Hall 

■flllinois Crop Improvement Association Annual 
Banquet 

Wednesday, February 11, 1948 
6:30 p.m., Urbana-Lincoln Hotel 

•flllinois Rural Life Conference Annual Dinner 

Wednesday, February 11, 1948 
5:30 p.m., Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 
Business session, Ray A. Dillinger, pre- 
siding 
Family Adjustments, Family Responsibil- 
ities, and Character Education — Mrs. 
R. L. Jenkins 

t Charge is made for admission. 

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Films: Harnessing the Rainbow; Children of Holland; 
Freezing Fruits and Vegetables 
Wednesday, February 11, 1948 
4 p.m., Lincoln Hall Theatre 

tFamily Economics Luncheon — Recognition of 10-Year 
Family Account Cooperators 

Wednesday, February 11, 1948 
11:45 a.m., 207 Bevier Hall 

Winter Festival 

Wednesday, February 11, 1948 
8 p.m., George Huff Gym 

Annual Meeting of Illinois Guernsey Breeders Asso- 
ciation 

Wednesday, February 11, 1948 
10 a.m., 314 Illini Union 

fFarm Management Dinner Honoring Farmers Who 
Have Cooperated in Account Projects for Ten or 
More Years 

Thursday, February 12, 1948 

5:30 p.m., University Place Christian Church 

f Music and Drama Festival 

Thursday, February 12, 1948 
8 p.m., Auditorium 

Films: Alaska Tour; Dawn of a Better Living; Hol- 
land Blooms Again 

Thursday, February 12, 1948 
4 p.m., Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Illinois Turkey Growers' Association Meeting 

Thursday, February 12, 1-4:50 p.m., and Friday, 

February 13, 1948 
103 Mumford Hall 

•{-Illinois Turkey Growers' Association Banquet 
Thursday, February 12, 1948 
6:30 p.m., Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 

flllinois Society of Farm Managers and Rural Ap- 
praisers Luncheon 

Friday, February 13, 1948 

12:15 p.m., Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 

t Charge is made for admission. 



IDENTIFICATION OF SPEAKERS 

'Ahern, R. E. — Assistant, Agricultural Engineering 
* Alberts, J. O. — Assistant Professor, Veterinary Bacteriology 
'Anderson, A. T. — Assistant Professor, Agricultural Economics Ex- 
tension 
'Andrew, F. W. — Assistant Professor, Agricultural Engineering Ex- 
tension 
'Armstrong, Grace — Associate Professor, Foods and Nutrition Ex- 
tension 
'Ashby, R. C. — Professor, Livestock Marketing 

'Bane, J. Lita — Head, Department of Home Economics 
'Bartlett, R. W. — Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Bartlow, Howard— Former Operator of Rushville Packing Plant, 

Rushville, Illinois 
'Barto, Harriet — Associate Professor, Dietetics 
'Bateman, H. P. — Associate, Agricultural Engineering 
'Bauer, F. C. — Professor, Soil Fertility 

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* Hi ami i, i' 1 1 \ tistanl Profei or, \ et< i as P ith< I ■■• 
ienc 
Bin jam in, Kxnnith Soil Conservation District Director, R. R. 2, 
Bloomington 

Hinson, \iiNoin p, Director, Stat* Department oi Agriculture. 

Springfield; Chairman, State Soil Conservation District Board 

•i.ivik, W. m Pathologist, U, S. Departmenl oi Agriculture, 

l'i bana 
*Bioout, .1. 11. Entomologist, State Natural History Survej 
•I'.iv.k, lnr S Assistant State Leader, Home EEcoaomics I 

■ion 
Black, i.ithik Illinois Departmenl of Publit Instruction, Spring- 

field 
BuutsxTT, Paul Scotl County Superintendent oi School . Win- 

Chester 
Borstbbt, G. — Professor, Animal Husbandry, University ot" Wi.s- 
consin, Madison 
Tkmiv, L. K. — Assistant Professor. Clinical Veterinary Medicine 
•Bonnett, O. T. — Professor, Plant Genetics 
MuiutN, H. R. — Dean, College of Commerce 

Boyd, Richard —Illinois Department of Public Instruction, Spring- 
field 
Brackett, Harold — Manager, Prairie Farms Creamery, Carbondale 
•Bradbury. Charles E. — Professor of Art 

'Bradley, Phillips — Director, Institute of Labor and Industrial 
Relations 
Brethorst, Wayne — Farmer, Mahomet 
•Brooks, Fannie — Associate Professor, Health Education 

Bruggiman, Carl — Manager, Macoupin Locker Service, Carlinville 
•Bull, Sleeter — Professor of Meats 
*Burlison, W. L. — Head, Department of Agronomy 

Caldwell, Oliver — Acting Assistant Chief, Division of Interna- 
tional Exchange of Persons, Department of State, Washington, 
D. C. 
Cale, G. H. — Editor, American Bee Journal, Hamilton 
•Carlisle, G. R. — Assistant, Animal Science 
*Carroll, W. E. — Associate Director, Agricultural Experiment 

Station 
•Carter, Deane G. — Professor, Farm Structures 
*Cartter, J. L. — Senior Agronomist, U. S. Soybean Laboratory 
*Case, H. C. M. — Head, Department of Agricultural Economics 
*Cash, J. G. — Assistant Professor, Dairy Husbandry Extension 
•Chase, Mary Louise — Assistant State Leader, Home Economics 
Extension 
Christy, Donald F. — Manager of Foreign Sales, Wilson and Com- 
pany, Chicago 
•Cleaver, Thayer— Agricultural Engineer, U. S. Department of 

Agriculture 
•Colby, Arthur S. — Professor of Pomology 
Colebank, A. W. — Chicago Milk Market Administration, Chicago 
Cox, John — Director, Department of Rural School Relations, Illi- 
nois Agricultural Association, Chicago 
•Crane, F. H. — Associate Professor, Soil Fertility 
•Crawford, C. W. — Assistant Professor, Horse Husbandry 
•Culbert, John R. — Assistant Professor, Floriculture 
•Culver, L. B. — Assistant Professor, Forestry Extension 
•Cunningham, J. B. — Associate Professor, Farm Management Ex- 
tension 

Dean, Donald — President, Dean Milk Company, Champaign 
•Decker, G. C. — Entomologist, Agricultural Experiment Station and 

State Natural History Survey 
*De Turk, E. E.— Professor, Soil Fertility 
Dillinger, Ray — Assistant Director, Department of Agriculture, 

Springfield 
Duggan, Ivy W. — Governor, Farm Credit Administration, USDA, 
Washington, D. C. 
*Dungan, G. H. — Professor, Crop Production 

•Edmonds, J. L. — Professor, Horse Husbandry 

Fairchild, Forrest — Manager, Prairie Farms Creamery, Bloom- 
ington 

Fidler, C. E. — Superintendent, Division of Livestock Industry, 
State Department of Agriculture 



• Staff members, University of Illinois. 

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•Francis, Fred C. — Assistant Professor, Animal Science 
*Fuelleman, R. F. — Associate Professor, Crop Production 

*Gamble, Walter E. — Butcher, University of Illinois 
•Gardner, K. E. — Assistant Professor, Dairy Production 
Gault, Ray — Public Service Company of Northern Illinois, Kankakee 
Gilmer, Reverend Max — Lutheran Minister, Macomb 
*Goodyear, Margaret — Assistant Professor, Home Economics 
•Graham, Robert — Dean, College of Veterinary Medicine 
•Gray, Edna — Assistant Professor, Clothing Extension 

•Hackleman, J. C. — Professor, Crops Extension 
•Hamilton, T. S. — Professor, Animal Nutrition 
•Hannah, H. W. — Associate Professor, Agricultural Economics 
•Harshbarger, K. E.- — Assistant Professor, Dairy Production 
•Hay, R. C. — Associate Professor, Soil Conservation, Agricultural 
Engineering; Executive Secretary, State Soil Conservation 
Districts Board 
•Hayward, H. N. — Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering 
Henry, Dave — General Manager, Prairie Farms Creamery, Illinois 
Agricultural Association, Chicago 
•Herreid, E. O. — Professor, Dairy Manufactures 
Hertz, O. W. — Vermilion County Farm Adviser, Danville 
Hill, E. B. — -Head, Department of Farm Management, Michigan 
State College, East Lansing 
•Hinchcliff, K. H. — Assistant Professor, Farm Structures Extension 
Hinkle, C. N. — Standard Oil Company of Indiana, Chicago 
Hoffer, G. N. — Manager, Mid-West Office, American Potash Insti- 
tute, Inc., Lafayette, Indiana 
Hogue, Elmer — Farmer, Walnut 
•Holman, L. E. — Agricultural Engineer, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, Urbana 
Hopkins, Joel — Soil Conservation District Director, Granville 
Howlett, N. H. — Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Department 
of Agriculture, Springfield 
•Hudelson, R. R. — Associate Dean, College of Agriculture 
•Hussong, R. V. — Professor, Dairy Bacteriology 
Huston, Mrs. Louise — Director, Educational Service Bureau, 

American Bemberg Corporation, New York, New York 
Hutson, N. E. — Assistant Superintendent, in Charge of Legal Mat- 
ters, Office of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 
Springfield 

Jenkins, Mrs. R. L. — Specialist in Family Life Education, Urbana 
•Johnston, P. E. — Professor, Agricultural Economics 

Jones, John W. — No-Air-Wrap, Western Springs 
•Jugenheimer, R. W. — Professor, Plant Genetics 

*Kaiser, Gertrude — Home Adviser at Large, Home Economics Ex- 
tension 
•Kammlade, W. G. — Professor, Animal Science 
Kellogg, D. H. — Manager, Twin Ports Producers Association, 

Superior, Wisconsin 
Keltner, C. H. — Superintendent, Division of Plant Industry, Illi- 
nois Department of Agriculture, Springfield 
Kemper, Mrs. Orla — Vermilion County Home Adviser, Danville 
•Kendall, K. A. — Assistant Professor, Dairy Production 
Killey, Mrs. Leonard — Illinois Home Bureau Federation, Mon- 
mouth 
Killion, Carl E. — State Apiary Inspector, Paris 
Klassen, John P. — Professor of Arts, Bluffton College, Bluffton, 

Ohio 
Kline, Allan B. — President, American Farm Bureau Federation, 
Des Moines, Iowa 
•Koehler, Benjamin — Professor, Crop Pathology 
*Kraines, Dr. S. H. — College of Medicine, University of Illinois, 

Chicago 
•Krider, J. L. — Professor, Animal Science 

Landess, W. M. — Head, Program Exposition Unit, Agricultural Re- 
lations Department, Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville, 
Tennessee 
•Lang, A. L. — Professor, Soil Experiment Fields Research 
•Lehmann, E. W. — Head, Department of Agricultural Engineering 
•Lendrum, James T. — Associate Coordinator, Small Homes Council 
•Lewis, J. M.— Assistant Superintendent of Dixon Springs Experi- 
ment Station 



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Ligon, Mm Mm-. \ i i. mii Sut< Leader, n £conomi< I 

tension 
*I.i ndsi rom, l ' I Profi or, Rui al So< io 
'Linsucy, C. M a .hi. Hi- Profes or, Soil Extension 
Logan, \\ . C. Tuberculosii Eradication, Bureau oi Inimal in 

dustry, r. S. Department oi Agriculture, Springfield 
• l. oki n.-. i\. w. Asaa [ate Prof» Re • an h 

l. mill. Gsorg] Griffith Laboratories, Chi 
Ludwxg, Hoi lk .1. Fanner, Muncie 

. i'. |). Young People's Director, [llinoia Agricultural 
ciation, Chicago 

MAcGArriN, \ i. j i I l. du Pont de Nemours, Wilmii 
Delaware 

Main. Rev. LAwRENCI I'ou ii and Coutltrj Commission, Illinois 

Church Council, Springfield 
MASON, JUDSON I'. Assistant Director, Dairy Marketing, Illinois 

Agricultural Association) Chicago 
Mattxson, K. S. -Beef Cattle Extension Specialist, University of 

Missouri, Columbia 
McDonald. William — National 4- 1 1 Conservation Winner, Winn. 

bago County 
Meineke, A. E. — President, Illinois State Beekeepers Association, 

Arlington Heights 
Miimn, THEODORE Weir -Assistant. Veterinary Pathology and 

Hygiene 
MniiGAN. Mrs. R. E. — Illinois Home Bureau Federation, Urbana 
v Milum, V. G. — Associate Professor, Entomology 
'Mitchill. H. H. — Professor, Animal Nutrition 
"Morrill, C. C. — Professor, Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene 
Morris, Floyd E. — Vice President, Illinois Agricultural Associa- 
tion, Chicago 
*MosHER, M. L. — Professor, Farm Management 
Mueller, Rev. E. W. — Assistant Executive Secretary, Division of 
American Missions, National Lutheran Council, Chicago 
"Myers, T. E. — Fieldman, Farm Bureau Farm Management Service 

'Nalbandov, A. V. — Associate Professor, Animal Physiology 
Nell, Rev. George — Co-op Parish Activities, Effingham 

*Neumann, A. L. — Assistant, Animal Science 

*Nevens, W. B. — Professor, Dairy Cattle Feeding 

*Nolen, R. M. — Associate Professor, Economics 
Norton, L. J. — Acting Head, Department of Agricultural Economics 

Osborne, Wesley — Treasurer, Illinois State Beekeepers Association, 
Hillsboro 

* Perkins, Nellie — Professor, Home Economics 

"Petty, H. B. — Assistant Professor, Entomology Extension 

Ralston, Kenneth — Member, State Soil Conservation Districts 
Board, Roscoe; Chairman, Pecatonica-Durand Soil Conservation 
District Board 
"Ramser, J. H. — Associate, Agricultural Engineering 
Ramsey, R. J. — President, Ramsey Laboratories, Cleveland, Ohio 
*Read, Hadley — Editor, Agricultural Extension 
*Rhode, C. S. — Professor, Dairy Husbandry Extension 
*Ridlen, S. F. — Assistant Professor, Poultry Extension 
Rogers, N. T. — Dewy and Almy Chemical Company, Cambridge, 

Massachusetts 
"Ross, R. C. — Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Rouse, Dale — Illinois Agricultural Association, Danville 
Rowden, Hugh — Montgomery County Survey Committee Chairman, 
Hillsboro 
*Rundquist, J. F. — First Assistant, Crop Production Research 
*Rusk, H. P. — Dean, College of Agriculture; Director, Agricultural 

Experiment Station and Extension Service 
*Russell, H. G. — Professor, Animal Science Extension 

*Salisbury, G. W. — Head, Dairy Production Department 
'Sampson, Jesse — Professor, Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology 
Sayre, Mrs. Raymond — President of Associated Country Women of 

the World, Ackworth, Iowa 
Schimer, George — National Frozen Food Locker Association, 

Chicago 
Schlageter, George A. — Streator Food Lockers, Streator 
*Schultz, Harold A. — Assistant Professor, Art Education 
*Scott, H. M. — Professor, Animal Science 



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*Sears, O. H. — Professor, Soil Biology 
*Shawl, R. I. — Professor, Farm Machinery 
Shipley, Fred L. — St. Louis Milk Market Administration, St. Louis, 

Missouri 
S t\ian, Charles B. — President, Illinois Agricultural Association, 

Chicago 
Sim ms, B. T. — Chief, Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 
"Smith, Janice — Professor, Nutrition 
*Snapp, R. R. — Professor, Animal Science 
Snyder, Charles E. — Editor, Chicago Daily Drovers Journal, 
Chicago 
*Spaeth, J. Nelson — Head, Department of Forestry 
*Spitler, J. C. — Associate Director of Extension Service in Agri- 
culture and Home Economics 
Sprague, Roger — Baker Ice Machine Company, St. Louis, Missouri 
*Stauffer, R. S. — Assistant Professor, Soil Physics 
*Stewart, C. L. — Professor, Agricultural Economics 
*Stoddard, G. D. — President, University of Illinois 

* Sumption, M. R. — Associate Professor of Education 

Taylor, Hoyt — Secretary, Illinois State Beekeepers Association, 
Pleasant Plains 
*Terrill, S. W. — Assistant, Animal Science 

*Van Doren, C. A. — Project Supervisor, U. S. Soil Conservation 

Experiment Station, Urbana 
*Van Duyne, Frances — Assistant Professor, Home Economics 

* Walker, Clareta — Assistant Professor, Rural Youth Extension 
*Walker, E. D. — Associate Professor, Agronomy Extension 
^Wallace, George I. — Associate Professor, Bacteriology 

"Ward, Gladys — Assistant Professor, Home Management Extension 
*Webb, R. J. — Associate Professor, Agricultural Extension 
"Weber, J. A. — First Assistant, Agricultural Engineering 
"Weibel, R. O. — Assistant Professor, Crop Production and Plant 

Genetics Research 
*Wills, J. E. — Associate Professor, Farm Management 
Wittenborn, Eugene — Executive Secretary, Illinois Statewide 

Public Health Commission, Springfield 
*Woelffer, E. A- — Professor, Veterinary Extension 
*Woodworth, C. M. — Professor, Plant Genetics 
*Working, E. J. — Professor, Agricultural Economics 
*Wright, Leslie — Assistant State Conservationist, U. S. Soil Con- 
servation Service, Urbana 

*Young, A. L. — Associate Professor, Farm Power 
Yung, Roy — Farm Service Department, Citizens National Bank, 
Decatur 



FARM AND HOME WEEK COMMITTEE 

L. Jordan, chairman; Lulu S. Black, L. B. Culver, G. H. 
Dungan, K. E. Gardner, Keith Hinchcliff, R. R. Hudelson, 
F. E. Longmire, E. H. Regnier, R. R. Snapp, B. L. Weaver, 
Ritta Whitesel, E. A. Woelffer 



REGISTRATION AND HOUSING COMMITTEE 

O. L. Whalin, chairman; Mary Ligon, E. E. Ormiston, J. F. 
Rundquist, Margaret Schrader 

COMMITTEES ON EVENING PROGRAMS 

Open House: J. N. Spaeth, chairman; Ida Bruner, G. H. Dungan, 
Mary Goff, Margaret Goodyear, R. J. Mutti, E. H. Regnier, 
Elmer Roberts, C. L. Stewart, Helen Turner 

Musical Program: Florence Kimmelshue, chairman; O. T. Bon- 

NETT, ANGELINE HeLLEBERG, R. I. SlIAWL 

Winter Festival: E. H. Regnier, chairman; Erma Cottingham, 
Harriet Ellicott, C. H. Farnham, Oliver Gaebe, Mary Hub- 
bard, R. O. Lyon, John Parker, Betty Perkins, Neil 
Stevens, Clareta Walker 

Music and Drama Festival: D. E. Lindstrom, chairman; F. W. 
Andrew, Mildred Chapin, F. J. Reiss, E. E. De Turk 



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